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  • 101Mobility

Can You Get Into the House?

September 21st, 2015|Comments Off on Can You Get Into the House?

One of the unseen and often unplanned events of caregiver is accessibility. Whether stroke, accident, disease, or a myriad of other issues, accessibility can ramp […]

  • With Master Instructor Sangster.

A Caregiver’s Unusual Milestone

August 13th, 2015|Comments Off on A Caregiver’s Unusual Milestone

Part of my journey as a caregiver is taking care of myself physically.  On the show, in my book, and in live events, I regularly […]

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Long Term Care Insurance With Phyllis Shelton

August 10th, 2015|Comments Off on Long Term Care Insurance With Phyllis Shelton

The aging rate is still 100% in this world, and caregivers often spend so much time taking care of someone else, that they feel to […]

What Others Say

“Bright, witty, personal and powerful. These words aptly describe the commentary my friend, Peter Rosenberger, offers up every week on behalf of caregivers like me. 
Peter Rosenberger is absolutely amazing. A true leader by example. Read what he has to say and you will understand why he is the most qualified person to teach you how to thrive as a caregiver
 As caregivers, we often feel isolated, but for me, reading and listening to Peter feels like a one-on-one encounter. It could be as intensely personal to you, too!” 
None of us ever plan to be in a position like Peter, but it happens. When I was helping to care for a stroke-ridden father for many years, I wish I had had this book to lean upon!
Peter is authentic in his understanding and awareness when he writes about caregiving—he knows the journey intimately. He is also theologically wise in the midst…when he says,”we are stewards not owners.”
Keith Meador, MD, ThM, MPH, Vanderbilt University

You will need to learn to take care of yourself as you take care of your loved one. Peter Rosenberger knows – and he wants to help the rest of us learn from his experience.
MG(Ret) Ken Farmer, MD, former Commanding General, Walter Reed Army Medical Center

Peter’s understanding of this issue is extraordinary, and his mission to strengthen the hearts and bodies of his fellow caregivers is one of great importance.
Governor and Mrs. Don ( Martha) Sundquist, Former Governor of TN, Former Member US House of Representatives